I Asked 600K People This One Question

And I said “wtf” more than I care to admit

Iva Ursano
4 min readNov 27, 2021



My Facebook page, Amazing Me Movement, is where I mostly share inspirational quotes posters, and blogs from my site. But every now and then I ask my peeps a question.

One day I asked them a fun and kinda silly question and I honestly wasn’t sure what type of responses to expect. What I got made me laugh, made me go “huh?” and had me shaking my head a few times.

Owning a Facebook page is frustrating

I have a love/hate relationship with my page. I love sharing all kinds of stuff that will help, inspire, motivate, and amuse my peeps. I’m also desperately trying to make Facebook happy and give them what they want, though to be honest, I’m not even sure what that is anymore.

As a Facebook page owner, I do my best to keep my content engaging and light. Facebook can be a bitch sometimes and if you own a Facebook page you know exactly what I’m talking about.

Lately, engagement has hit rock bottom, and the only way to give it a boost is to post engaging content. I try to post memes/quotes that make them want to share with their peeps, blogs that they will read, and also share but I also like to have some fun on my page too.

The fun ones usually get the most engagement and this one poster/question I’m talking about did not disappoint.

The million-dollar question

One super engaging post I like to share once a year or so is the “where are you from?” poster. It normally gets hundreds, sometimes even thousands of comments, and it’s fun to see where all my fans are from. It’s probably one of my favourite posters to share.

The other day I came across a fun one from another very popular Facebook page and I decided to give it a try on my page. Ooph. What a treat this one was!

So I’m gonna share the question (obviously) and some of the answers I got. When we’re done, feel free to answer the question too and then I’ll give my answer at the end as well.

What’s in your purse that you think no one else has in theirs?



Iva Ursano